The rainy season, though only just beginning, has been surprisingly merciful.
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Spring has finally sprung, after a tentatively snowy closing of winter that shut down much of the country.
What would a card collecting fantasy game be without additional content and promotional cards?
A friend of mine once said that Magic players are the Furries of the gaming world.
Finally coming out of Open Beta into the world, Neverwinter is a new free-to-play massively multiplayer role playing game (MMORPG) that tries something different from what’s typically found out in the ether of the many out there right now.
What with Microsoft’s unexpected release of Fable 3 to anyone with an Xbox Live Gold account last month, here at SquareGo, we decided it was time to visit upon the Fable series with the strange and curious oddity that is … Continue reading
The chill of winter is long past, and now the mild balm of spring is also fading away. In its place, Japan is experiencing the first throes of sticky, rainy, humid summer.
Dragon’s Dogma was one of the surprise hits of last year; a vast open-world action RPG that blended together elements of Skyrim, Monster Hunter, and Shadow of the Colossus, among others.
The Elder Scrolls Games by Bethesda Softworks have always been synonymous with creating epic worlds of mystery and wonder that players have been happy to plug away at on their own for many years. As single player games they have … Continue reading
In 2009 Square Go was one of the first UK outfits to review King’s Bounty: The Legend; a game that reinvented 1990 adventure RPG King’s Bounty for a new decade. Warriors of the North is the latest stand alone expansion … Continue reading